Forgot Password?  
Mobile County Public Schools :: Latest News
NotifyMe Facebook TV Twitter YouTube Film Festival
Mobile County 3rd graders get visit from Libby Liberty, become super citizens
More than five hundred Statue of Liberty crown-wearing 3rd graders counted down to the grand entrance of Libby Liberty™ who took the stage fresh off the Next Great Americans Tour Bus. As the statuesque actress brought history to life, it was made clear, for the second year in a row, that Mobile County youth were about to embark on... Read More

Fourth-graders to participate in Farm and City Safety Day
The Mobile County Farm and City Safety Day will provide safety education to 244 local 4th grade students from four Mobile County Schools. Those schools are: Brazier, Meadowlake, Indian Springs and J.E. Turner. Students will learn Fire Safety with Mobile Fire and Rescue, Weather Awareness with John Nodar from WKRG, Pet and Small Animal Safety Mo... Read More

Students bolster their brainpower with school breakfast
Mobile, AL  – Children who eat breakfast at school start the day ready to learn, which is reflected in higher test scores and better classroom behavior. However only half of the children who eat lunch at school also eat school breakfast, according to the Food Research and Action Council. To garner increased participation in the Scho... Read More

National Choice Bus tour encourages students to stay in school
The Alabama State Department of Education (ALSDE), The Mattie C. Stewart Foundation, and the Lawler Foundation of Birmingham are partnering to bring even greater awareness to the importance of graduating from high school and taking a frank, honest, look at the reality of what happens to those who do not. During “InsideOut: Stay in School We... Read More